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Exhibitions

2017

Wandlung – Retrospektive – Perspektive

November, 19 2017 – February, 18 2018
Textilsammlung Max Berk

Heidelberg-Ziegelhausen, Germany
Wednesdays, Saturdays and Sundays

2016

6. European Quilt Triennial

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Seascape, 2015 (130 x 200 cm)

January, 24 – March, 28 2016
Kreismuseum Zons
Schloßstr. 1
D-41541 Dormagen

April, 13 – June, 26 2016
Textilmuseum St. Gallen
Vadianstr.2
CH-9000 St. Gallen

August, 11 – 14 2016
Festival of Quilts

In Full Swing, 2006

In Full Swing, 2006

UK Birmingham NEC

2015

Acquisition of „IN FULL SWING“

in the permanent collection of:
International Quilt Study Center
Lincoln, Nebraska/USA

6. Europäische Quilt-Triennale

Textilsammlung Max Berk
Heidelberg-Ziegelhausen, Germany
September, 13 2015 – January, 10 2016

„Seascape“, 2015
130 x 200 cm

MANU FACTUM 2015

Colourscape I

Colourscape I

August, 22 – October, 11 2015 

„Doppelsicht“, 2015 
Wandteppich aus selbstgefärbter Baumwolle
143 x 190 cm

Museum für Angewandte Kunst Köln
An der Rechtsschule
50667 Köln

Quilt National, USA

March 23, 2015
(again included in this prestigious international show –
also in 1987, 1989, 1993, 1999, 2003 and 2009) 
Colourscape I
>> see video of the Artist Gallery talk with Inge here

>> Quilt National Artists

Colourscape I, detail

Colourscape I, detail

2014

European Patchwork Meeting

August, 18 – 21
EPM 20th Anniversary

invited artist
Ste.-Marie-aux-Mines, Alsace/France

www.patchwork-europe.com



Farbenklang – Colour-Melodies

September, 20 – October, 5 2014

Solo-Exhibition of 20 of my quilts

gallery art textil sent

Beatrice Lanter

Chasa Triazza

Stron 277

CH-7554 Sent, Engadin/Switzerland

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Colourscape I, Work in Progress

www.beatrice-lanter.ch

+41 79 696 54 01

you are cordially invited for the opening September 20 at 2pm 

2013

International Festival of Quilts Moscow, Russia

Symposium (November 19 – 21, 2013)

Invitation to lecture about my work  

Exhibition of nearly 100 quilts of my international group Quilt Art at

Tsaritsyno Museum Moscow (November 19, 2013 – February 16, 2014)

Extension of “FarbenKlang”

Retrospektive Inge Hueber 1980 – 2013

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extra guided tours by Inge Hueber/Führung:

August 25 – 16:00

October 13 – 16:00

“FarbenKlang”

Retrospektive Inge Hueber 1980 – 2013

March, 3 – May, 26 2013
Kurpfälzisches Museum Heidelberg

Textil Sammlung Max Berk

www.museum-heidelberg.de

Press release (in English)

FarbenKlang ­– Retrospective Inge Hueber 1980-2013

Inge Hueber lives and works in Cologne, and she is a pioneer of the contemporary German and international quilt scene. In 1984 she took part in the 1st Quilt Biennial at the Max Berk Textile Museum, and since then she has exhibited and been a member of the jury at numerous other German Quilt Biennials and Euro- pean Quilt Triennials. In the USA, the heartland of the quilt movement, she exhibited her quilt Reflected Image/Spiegelbild at the Quilt National back in 1987. 



This self-taught quilt artist combines precision craftsmanship with emotional colour tones; she finds her own rhythms and perceives textile structures. From the very beginning she has worked exclusively with cotton fabrics that she dyes herself, making her colour range unmistakeable. In 1991 she was given the state award of North-Rhine Westphalia for one of her first works with visible seams and raw edges. She resumed this technique in 2008 and developed her seascape series, paying homage to the small town of Broadstairs on the English Channel, which has been her second home since 1978. She was awarded the Michael James Award for one of these works (Broadstairs/Sunset) in Tokyo in 2010.Inge Hueber has close connections with the quilt scene in England, particularly because of the Quilt Art group, which she founded in 1985 together with seven English quilt artists. The exhibition FarbenKlang (Colour Tones) shows more than 30 works and is a cross-section of all series that have been produced in a period spanning more than three decades. Postcards (10 different motifs) have been made for the exhibition.

Press release (in German)

FarbenKlang ­– Retrospektive Inge Hueber 1980-2013

Inge Hueber lebt und arbeitet in Köln und ist eine Pionierin der deutschen und internationalen zeitgenössischen Quilt-Szene. 1984 war sie Teilnehmerin der 1. Quilt-Biennale des Textilmuseums Max Berk und hat in der Folge bei zahlreichen weiteren deutschen Quilt-Biennalen und Europäischen Quilt-Triennalen ausgestellt. In den USA, der Hochburg der Quilt-Bewegung, war sie bereits 1987 mit ihrem Quilt “Reflected Image/Spiegelbild” bei Quilt National vertreten.

Die Autodidaktin verbindet präzises Handwerk mit emotionalen Farbklängen, sie findet eigene Rhythmen und erspürt textile Strukturen. Von Anfang an verarbeitet sie ausschließlich ihre selbstgefärbten Baumwollstoffe, die ihre Farbpalette unverwechselbar machen. Im Jahre 1991 erhielt sie den Staatspreis des Landes NRW für eine ihrer ersten Arbeiten mit sichtbaren Nähten und offenen Säumen. 2008 hat sie diese Technik wiederaufgenommen und ihre “seascape” Serie entwickelt – eine Hommage an den kleinen Ort Broadstairs an der englischen Kanalküste, ihr zweiter Wohnsitz seit 1978. Inge Hueber ist eng verbunden mit der englischen Quilt-Szene, vor allem durch die Gruppe Quilt Art, die sie 1985 zusammen mit sieben englischen Quiltern gründete.

Die Ausstellung FarbenKlang zeigt mehr als 30 Arbeiten und ist ein Querschnitt aller Serien, die in mehr als drei Jahrzehnten entstanden sind. Zur Ausstellung erscheinen Postkarten – 10 verschiedene Motive.

2012

opening of “VOICES” 

by the international group of Quilt Art

January 13, 2012 (until February 26, 2012/with catalogue)

Riverside Mill Bovey Tracey Devon, UK

please check other venues on the website 

www.quiltart.eu

opening of 5th European Quilt Triennial 

September 9, 2012

Heidelberg, Germany

on tour in Germany, Switzerland and 

the Festival of Quilts in Birmingham August, 2013

jury-member and invitational

www.museum-heidelberg.de

Retrospective: “Colours Singing” 

18th European Patchwork Meeting 

September 13 – 16, 2012 

Sainte-Marie-aux-Mines, Alsace France 

(invitation to exhibit 15 of my big quilts of the last 30 years) 

sponsored by Pfaff

www.patchwork-europe.com

2010

“A Slice of Quilt Art” 

August 19 – 22, 2010

Festival of Quilts Birmingham, UK both exhibitions will tour the UK and worldwide

4. European Quilt Triennial (jury member and invitational)

The Silver Anniversary of the group Quilt Art, launching 2 different exhibitions to celebrate:

“Quilt Art at 25”

July 17, 2010 

Bankfields Museum, Halifax, UK



Lecture – “Making Quilts and Journeys”

July 13, 2010

Vancouver Island, Canada



EXNA IV

June 20 – September 19, 2010 

Neuchâtel Musée d´art et d´histoire Switzerland (invitational)

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Broadstairs/Sunset, 2009 (173 x 197 cm)

The 10th Quilt Nihon Exhibition

Michael James Award 2010

February 6 – 11, 2010

Tokyo Metropolitan Art Museum, Tokyo, Japan

then touring in Japan and worldwide

2009

Quilt National, USA (again included in this prestigious international show – also in 1987, 1989, 1993, 1999, 2003 and 2015)

4. European Quilt Triennial

jury-member and invited

this Triennial is seen at the Festival of Quilts in 2010 in Birmingham, UK

2008

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Broadstairs/Kent

solo show: “In Pursuit of Happiness”

Festival of Quilts, Birmingham, UK

connected with booklaunch: “Masters: Art Quilts”

(Major Works by Leading Artists)

a selection of 40 international quiltmakers 

Lark Books USA ISBN 1600591078, 416 pages

2007

3. European Quilt Triennial

jury-member and invited

invited to Festival of Quilts 2008

Birmingham, UK

Staatspreisträger Retrospektive 1963-2005 Zons, Germany

2005

20 years of Quilt Art 1985 – 2005

start of the three-year-tour to celebrate the 20. anniversary of this group: UK, France, The Netherlands, Germany, Japan, Canada

Catalogue/book with introduction of Robert Shaw, USA

2004

European Art Quilts III

The Netherlands and touring

Quilts 2004, Chemnitz, Germany

2003

“II European Quilt Triennale”, Heidelberg (September 2003) – touring until 2004

“Quilt National”, USA – touring until 2005

lecturing at the Festival of Quilts, Birmingham, August 23, 2003

2002

“Six Continents of Quilts”, New York City Museum of Arts and Design (formerly American Crafts Museum) – touring until 2006

“Making Journeys”, Glasgow – touring until January 2004 (together with Anne Keith and Veronica Tongeri)

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Solo-exhibition in Leuven, Belgium

2001 – “European Art Quilts”, The Netherlands

1999 – “All Squares”, Solo Show in Liverpool

1998 – Goethe Institute Kyoto, Japan (together with Yoshiko Jinzenji)

1996 – European Commission, Solo Show in Brussels

1992 – “Lichtblicke”, Solo Show in Cologne, Galery Smend

1991 – Fiberarts International, Pittsburgh/USA

6 times Quilt Biennale Heidelberg/Germany

7 times Quilt National USA (1987, 1989, 1993, 1999, 2003, 2009, 2015)

many more exhibitions around the world